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    Quote Originally Posted by DLD View Post
    I think it should be a goodbye with nostalgia and a bit of naughty remembrance, not, as we hear here, a funeral.
    I find this interpretation more to my liking:



    But, I admit, I am a Horowitz fan!



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    Quote Originally Posted by Cary Knoop View Post
    But, I admit, I am a Horowitz fan!
    I saw that one but tried to find something with a cleaner sound/more recent date of recording.

    Kissin is a modern virtuoso. Horowitz is one of the all time greats. Their styles are very similar - traditional Russian school dramatic with a lot of power. Horowitz had more in his prime (but not as much as Richter).



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    Quote Originally Posted by DLD View Post
    I saw that one but tried to find something with a cleaner sound/more recent date of recording.

    Kissin is a modern virtuoso. Horowitz is one of the all time greats. Their styles are very similar - traditional Russian school dramatic with a lot of power. Horowitz had more in his prime (but not as much as Richter).

    Ah, Opus 10, no. 3, very nice! The piece Rubinstein never recorded (he claimed it was too hard - I don't think anything was too hard for Rubinstein -
    but nevertheless, no recording exists).

    Going back even more in time, to the baroque, with Bach. This piece is exceptional and performed by the analyst Glenn Gould:

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    ah, Glen Gould! here's on of my fav. pop pianists Jools Holland soloing:



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    Quote Originally Posted by Cary Knoop View Post
    ...Going back even more in time, to the baroque, with Bach. This piece is exceptional and performed by the analyst Glenn Gould...
    I'll see your Gould and raise you a Gilels.



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    My God I love you guys right now. -Cheers.
    Emerson and Oscar Peterson posts as well.
    Emerson: I could muster up Tarkus when I was 19. Love that album.
    Oscar: I wasn't a jazz player so I never attempted that.
    (I bought some sheet music of his once and no way in hell. First off, his hands are too big. Never mind the skill. Hahaha.)
    Even after his stroke years ago he regained much of his left hand.

    Although I never had the skill to come close to these guys, my appreciation for such remains.

    Re: OSCURO. That Chopin post reminds me of the video tutorials I used to buy from HomeSpun (before they had internet).
    The packages included a DVD video(post edit: OMG I forgot they were VHS tapes back then. That's how long ago it was.) with printed sheet music.
    I bought so many. Blues, Country; So many great keyboard tutes.
    I spent hundreds in that day.
    The Dr.John one was one, and still, of my favorites.
    (I'm having trouble sharing this YT post because I respect Homespun so much. I can only hazzard to guess. With all due respect


    I love being educated.

    -Thanks guys. Cheeeeers.
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